Letter by H C Russell, 16 May 1868

Letter by H C Russell, 16 May 1868

Letter by H C Russell, 16 May 1868
Letter by H C Russell, 16 May 1868

Government Observatory
Sydney

May 16 [18]68

My Dear Sir

I received your second telegram about the keys this morning and have sought in vain for another bunch. I went to the dining room and looked myself and Annie told me she had looked upstairs and felt your pockets without finding any.

One of the bunches I forwarded on Thursday was tied with string and Annie found it on the dining room mantelpiece. I have looked twice in your room also in the Magnet House and other places to no purpose. I sent a telegram to you this morning Goulburn but finding I could not save any time and would spend 30 shillings to forward it to Boro, I cancelled it and have written for today’s post.

Believe me
Yours very truly
H C Russell

G R Smalley Esquire
Government Astronomer

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